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YAIVIACPAW 




COPYPIChT 1936 

TOM EWING FRED WOOI> 

EDITOR ■ I.N ■ CHIEF BISINESS MAr^AUEIt 




THE 
YAMACRAW 

1036 



OWNED AND PUBLISHED BY 
THE STUDENT BODY OF 
OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



DEDlCATIOI\ 

The great scientist and benefactor of humanity, 
Louis Pasteur, once said, "... say to yourself first, 
what have I done for my instruction, and as you 
gradually advance, ask 'what have I done for my 
country' until the time comes when you may have the 
immense happiness of thinking that you have con- 
tributed in some way to the progress and good of 
humanity." 

Such a happiness and satisfaction must come to our 
beloved Dr. James Freeman Sellers who has given the 
better years of his life to the advancement of science 
and humanity. 

In all of his years of teaching "Uncle Jeff," as he 
is affectionately known, has always been loved, re- 
spected, and honored by all who have come in contact 
with him. 

We, the student body, hope that this dedication 
may express, in a humble way, the honor and affection 
which we hold for our beloved Dean. 



FOREWORD 

The planning and editing of an annual is always 
V. tedious and thankless task. We have all worked 
faithfully and have done the best we could to make 
this annual live up to your expectations. 

Ii in some future time, as you thumb through the 
pages of this annual, it brings back fond memories 
of your college days and your college associates we 
will feel that our efforts have not been in vain. With 
this thought in mind we submit this Yamacraw to 
you hoping that you will always treasure it as an 
authentic record of your college days. 

— The Staff 




THE Y A M A C R A W — I « 3 « 



TABLE of CONTENTS 

Aflniiiilstration 

Classes 

Fraternities 

Activities 

Sports 

Features 




THE Y A 31 A € R A \\ — 1 O 3 6 



THEME 

Since the beginning of time man has worked, 
earnestly, patiently, conscientiously, for the better- 
ment of his environment and happiness of life. 

In the advancement toward this goal science has 
played a very important role. Much ignorance and 
suffering have been destroyed and replaced by 
science. 

It is our hope that as you read through this book 
the splendid drawings which depict the theme, the 
progress of science, will cause you to pause and think 
of the great gap that has been bridged between man 
as he is and his goal by the untiring and ceaseless 
efforts of those who have given their lives to the 
betterment of mankind through the advancement 
of science. 



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Tlie Preshloiit's Message 



Each year in my Cosmic History class I have a 
very special pri\ilege granted me, that of meeting 
and knowing personally everj' one of the boys and 
girls who are to be gi'aduated by the University in 
May. I have noticed a very interesting thing about 
these classes, that no two are alike and each has its 
own personality, differing from the others just as 
indi\'iduals do. 

A number of times this year I have thought to 
myself that the class of 1936 is one of the most in- 
teresting of them all. There have been other classes 
■«-ith a larger proportion of brilliant students. There 
have been other classes with a larger number of de- 
linquent students. But I thirik that your class has 
this quality about it. that it is not only better than 
the average but it has exhibited an interest in the 
subject and a desire to master it which is very gratify- 
ing to the teacher. 

Now I think that these qualities are just those 
which are going to make for success in your after 
lives. In spite of the fact that there seem to be many 
years behind you and much hard work, you are going 
to find that you are just at the beginning of yom- 
careers. You will learn much more in the future 
than you have in the past. Life is the greatest of all 
universities. I have both the faith and hope that you 
have been so trained that you will not fail to pass its 
examinations. 

Heartily yours. 

Thornwell Jacobs 
President 



JAMES FREEMAN SELLERS 

A.B., and A.M., University of Mississippi; LL.D., 
Mississippi College; Sc.D., Mercer University; Gradu- 
ate Student, University of Virginia and University of 
Chicago; Teaching Fellow, University of Chicago; 
Professor of Chemistry, Mississippi College and Mer- 
cer University; Dean of the Faculty, Mercer Univer- 
sity; Professor of Chemistry, A. E. F. University, 
Beaune, France; Y. M. C. A. Educational Secretary, 
England; Fellow American Association for the Ad- 
vancement of Science; President Georgia Section of 
American Chemical Society; Author Treatise on An- 
alytical Chemistry; Contributor to Scientific and Re- 
ligious Journals; Dean of the School of Science and 
Dean of the University. 



John A. Aldrich 

A.B., Albion College; M.S., Univer- 
sity of Michigan; Member of Society 
of Sigma Xi, of the American Astro- 
nomical Society, of Amercian Asso- 
ciation of University Professors ; 
Fellow of Amercian Association for 
the Advancement of Science; Pro- 
fessor of Physics and Astronomy, 
Olviet College, Professor of Physics 
and Astronomy, Washburn College; 
Professor of Physics and Astronomy 
Oglethorpe University. 





George Frederick Nicolassen 

A.B., University of Virginia; A.M., 
University of Virginia; Fellow in 
Greek, Johns Hopkins University, 
two years; Assistant Instructor in 
Latin and Greek in Johns Hopkins 
University, one year; Ph.D., Johns 
Hopkins University; Professor of 
Ancient Languages in Southwestern 
Presbyterian University, Clarkesville 
Tenn., now Southwestern at Mem- 
phis; Vice-Councellor of the South- 
western Presbyterian University ; 
Member Classical Association of the 
Middle West and South; Author of 
Notes on Latin and Greek ; Greek Notes Revised ; The Book of Revala- 
tion; Dean of the School of Liberal Arts, Oglethorpe University. 



T II K Y A M A C K AW 



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Mark Burrows 

B.S., Stanberry Normal School ; A.B. 
State Teachers' College, Kirksville, 
Missouri; A.M., Oglethorpe Univer- 
sity; Ped.D., Oglethorpe University; 
Teacher and Superintendent in the 
Public High Schools of Missouri; Di- 
rector Department of Commerce, 
State Teachers' College, Kirksville, 
Missouri; Professor of Rural Edu- 
cation in University of Wyoming and 
in State Teachers' College at Kirks- 
ville and Greely, Colorado; Editor, 
Rural School Messenger and The 
School and Community, and Author 
■sr .- , T^, . 0^ tractates on Education; Member 

National Education Association and of National Geographic Society 
and National Academy of Visual Education; Dean of the School of 
Commerce, and Secretarial Preparation, Oglethorpe University 




Herman Julius Gaertner 

A.B., Indiana University; A.M., 
Ohio Wesleyan University; Ped.D., 
Ohio Northern University; Teacher 
and Superintendent in the common 
schools and high schools of Ohio and 
Georgia; Professor of Mathematics 
and Astronomy, Wilmington College, 
Ohio; Professor of History, Georgia 
Normal and Industrial College, Mill- 
edgeville, Ga. ; Member of the Uni- 
versity Summer School Faculty, Uni- 
versity of Georgia, six summers; Pi 
Gamma Mu ; Assistant in the organi- 
zation of Oglethorpe University ; 
Dean of the School of Education and 
Director of Graduate School and Extention 
University. 

THE \ A M A C R A W — 




Department, Oglethorpe 



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Pierre S. Porohovshikov 

Former Procureur Imperial in Orel 
and Karkow and Judge at the High 
Court of Justice in St. Petersburg, 
Russia; A.B., and Golden Medal at 
the Classic College of Alexander I 
in St. Petersburg; First Rank Utri- 
usque Juris of the Imperial Univer- 
sity of Moscow, Russia; Author of 
"Eloquence at Law," "Advocacy in 
Criminal Law," etc.; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Romance Languages, Uni- 
versity of Georgia ; Professor of His- 
tory of Education and of Modern 
Languages, Oglethorpe University. 





Sterling Lanier 

A.B., Harvard University; Profes- 
sor and Acting Dean of English De- 
partment, Oglethorpe University. 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



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Walter Philip Steinhaeuser 

A.B., Iowa College; B. Did., West- 
ern Normal College, (Iowa) ; B.D.- 
A., and Litt.D., Milton University; 
Diplomas, Rochester Business Inst. ; 
Detroit Business University; East- 
man School of Business ; Ferris Inst. 
Student in Summer Schools of Uni- 
versities of Ohio, Michigan, Pitts- 
burgh, and Roanoke College; Profes- 
sor of Commerce, Schuylkill College; 
Director School of Business, Almi 
College; Supervisor of Commercial 
Education, Neptune High School; 
Head Department of Business Edu- 
cation, Peddle Institute; Member, 
Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha Delta Tau ; Fellow, National 
Federation of Commerce Guilds, Inc.; Professor of Business Admin- 
istration, Oglethorpe University. 




Samuel R. Magruder 

Ph.D., University of Cincinnati; B. 
S., University of Kentucky; A.M., 
University of Cincinnati; four sum- 
mers at Marine Biological Labora- 
tory; Woods Hole, Mass; one sum- 
mer Research Division U. S., Bu- 
reau of Entomology; taught both at 
University of Kentucl--y and Univer- 
sity of Cincinnati; Professor of Bi- 
ology, Oglethorpe University. 



THE Y A M A r R A W 




Percy Lee Bardin 

A.B., Mississippi College; A.B., (Ac- 
counting) , Bowling Green Business 
University; Certified Public Ac- 
countant; Fellowship in Mathemat- 
ics, Mississippi College; Teacher, At- 
lanta, Public Schools ; Professor of 
Accounting, Oglethorpe University. 



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B. E. Alward 

A.B., Cumberland University; A.M., 
Oglethorpe University; graduate In- 
diana Central Business College, In- 
dianapolis; student for Doctor's de- 
gree, Peabody College, University of 
Washington, University of Ohio; 
Head of Commerce Department and 
principal of Mountain Home High 
School 1913-18; Head of Commerce 
Department Rigby High School; 
Head of Commerce Department 
Montesano High School; Professor 
of Accounting, Banking, Labor Prob- 
lems, Cumberland University; As- 
sistant Professor Lowry School of 
Banking and Commerce, Oglethorpe University. 




THE Y \ M A € tt A \V 



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David W. Davis 

B.A., State Teachers College, Ne- 
braska; M.A., Central University; 
and in Porto Rico; Superintendent 
of Schools for Whites in Alaska, and 
of the High Schools in the States; 
Assistant Professor of Biology, Ogle- 
thorpe University. 



Francisco Perez 

A.B., Havana University; A.M., Ha- 
vana University ; Attended Medical 
School, Havana University ; Diploma 
in Bookkeeping, Petman Metropoli- 
tan School, London, Eng. ; Profes- 
sor of Romance Languages, Ogle- 
thorpe University. 




THE Y A M A € U A W 



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James M. Springer 

University of Tennessee; Art Insti- 
tute of Pittsburgh ; President of Art- 
ist Guild of Atlanta; Professor of 
Fine and Applied Arts, Oglethorpe 
University. 





Hugo Osterhaus Stevens 

Graduate of the Pratt School of Fine 
Arts ( Nevi' York) ; Studied abroad ; 
also Art League N. Y. G.; Grand 
Gentral Art School, Boothbv Sum- 
mer School of Art; Exhibited Grand 
Central Gelleries N. Y., 1933 ; Artist 
with Campbell Ewald Advertising 
Companv of Detroit; Director of 
Pontiac (Michigan) Sketch Club, 
Evening Classes ; Professor Portrait 
Painter since 1931; Professor of 
Fine and Applied Arts, Oglethorpe 
University. 



THE YAMACRAW 



1 » 3 O 




John Patrick 

A.B., and A.M., Oglethorpe Univer- 
^ sity; Football Coach, Oglethorpe 
University. 



Myrta Belle Thomas 

Graduate Carnegie Library School 
of Atlanta, Ga. ; Librarian Mitchell 
College, Statesville, N. C. ; Librarian, 
Oglethorpe University. 




THE YAMACIIAW— 1936 



Frank B. Anderson 

A.B., University of Georgia ; As- 
sistant Professor of Mathematics and 
Athletic Director, University School 
for Boys ; Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics and Athletic Director, 
R. E. Lee Institute ; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics and Athletic 
Director Gordon Institute; Coach, 
University of Georgia; Assistant 
Professor of Mathematics and Ath- 
letic Director, Riverside Military 
Academy ; Registrar and Athletic 
Director, Oglethorpe University. 




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University. 



Donald H. Overton 

A.B., and A.M., Oglethorpe Univer- 
sity ; Monmouth College, Illinois ; 
University of Illinois ; University of 
Wisconsin ; Superior Teachers Col- 
lege, Wisconsin; Director of Physic- 
al Education; Monmouth College; 
Athletic Director and Coach, John 
Gorrie High School, Jacksonville, 
Fla. ; Athletic Director and Coach, 
Robert E. Lee High School; Recre- 
ational Supervisor, Wisconsin ; Direc- 
tor of Athletics, Camp Carolina ; Di- 
rector of Intramural Athletics, Dean 
of the School of Physical Education, 
and Freshman Coach, Oglethorpe 



THE Y A M A C K A W 



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DEPARTMENT ASSISTANTS 



Thomas Ewing 
Fred Wood 
Mack Rickard 

FUESSEL ChISHOLM 

Edwin Hester 



Chemistry 

Accounting 

Biology 

Physics 

Library 



T II E Y A ^I A € K A W 



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We. of the Yamacraw and of the student 
body, dedicate this page to our beloved 
Matron. Mrs. Annie Lou Crumb, who gave 
her services to the University from 1927 to 
1934. 



We hope in this small way to show ap- 
preciation of a friendship and service that 
will alwavf be remembered. 



SENIORS 





James Edwin Copeland 

ALT 
Atlanta, Ga. 



A.B. IN Education 

President Student Body, 4; President Alpha Lambda Tau, 4; Blue Key; Lords Club; 
Zeta Upsilon; "0" Club; Student Honor Council; President Junior Class, 3; Base- 
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, 4; Basketball, 3, 4, (Cap. 3) ; Intramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



T II E Y A M A C R AW 



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Alva H. Thompson 
Manchester, Georgia 



B. S. IN Science 



President Senior Class; Vice-President Freshman Class; Pi-esident Pi Kappa Phi, 
3; Blue Key; Le Conte; Lords Club; Ugly Club; Football, 2, 3, 4. 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



1 » 3 6 




A. B. IN Education 



Transfer from Duke University in 1935; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Rose Crosby 
Citra, Fla. 



T II E \ A M A C R A W - 1 » 3 6 



D. W. Gentry 

Palmetto, Ga. 

ALT 




A. B. IN Commerce 



Business Administration Club; Intramural Athletics; Intramural Tennis Champion. 



THE Y A M A C R A W — 1 9 3 6 




James Holmes 
Atlanta, Ga. 



A. B. IN Commerce 



Intramural light weight boxing champion, 1; Varsity track, 2; Intramural track, 1. 
2, 3, 4; Intramural swimming, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



19 3 6 





Howard R. Thranhardt 
Daytona Beach, Fla. 



M. A. IN Education 



Football, 1; Baseball, 1; Intramural; Freshman Backfield coach, 3, 4; Manager of 
Inoramural Athletics, 3, 4; Assistnt Director National Youth Administration, 4; 
A.B., in Physical Education, 3; M.A., in Education, 4; Regent of Phi Kappa Delta; 
Blue Key; Le Conte; Lords Club; Zeta Upsilon. 



THE YAMACRAW — 1936 





BiLLIE HAPPOLDT 
Atlanta, Ga. 

B<I>A 



A. B. IN Physical Education 



Co-Ed Mother; Secretary of Beta Phi Alpha, 2; Secretary Players Club, ^.^. ^'ce- 
President Players Club, 3; Vice-President of Senior Class, 4; Member of Debatmg 
Council, 2; All Tournament Basketball Team, 1, 2, 3 ,4; High Point Scorer m Track 
and Field, 3; Member of Duchess Club, Winner of Athletic Letter, 3; Winner of 
Athletic Sweater, 3; Associate Editor of Yamacraw. 



THE Y A MACK A W 



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George R. Macnamara, Jr. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



A. B. IN Physical Education 



Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain, 4; "0" Club, 2; President, 3; Secretary and Treasurer, 
4; Intramural, 1, 2, 3, 4,; Head Proctor; Ugly Club, Secretary; Assistant Coach 
Spring training. 



THE Y A M A C R A W — 1 9 3 6 





Pauline Coleman 
Atlanta, Ga. 



A. B. IN Secretarial Preparation 



Beta Phi Alpha secretary, 3; Beta Phi Alpha President, 4; Duchess Club; All Intra- 
mural Baseball, 3; Hitpin, 3; Basketball, 3, 4; Student Council, 3; CoEd Council, 3. 



THE V A M A C R A \V 



19 3 6 





Ralph Arthur Tolve 
Atlanta, Ga. 



A. B. IN Education 



Transfered from Auburn University (Alabama Polytechnic Institute) ; Member 
of National College Spiked Shoe Honor Track Society; Scabbord and Blade Honor 
Military Society; Member of "A" Club Composed of Varsity Letter Winners; 
(Pledged Kappa Delta Phi Honor Educational Society, and Pledged Blue ,Key 
honor Society) ; Member of thee Oglethorpe Lords Club Zeta Epsilon, and Scorpion 
Club; Football (Auburn) 2, 3, 4; Track, (Auburn) 2, 3, 4, 5; Line football coach at 
Oglethorpe University, 1935. 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



1 O 3 6 





James D. Cromek 

Chi Psi 
Atlanta, Ga. 



A. B. IN Commerce 



Transfer from University of Georgia; Blue Key; Lords Club; President, 3; Glee 
Club, 2, 3, 4; President, 4; Yamacraw Photograph Editor; Stormy Petrel News 
Staff, 4; Players Club; President B. S. U., 3; Business Administration Club; Ogle- 
thorpe Quartette, 3, 4; Stray Greek Club. 



T II K Y A M A V K A W 



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Jean Annette Noel Vincent 
Atlanta, Ga. 



M. A. IN Education 



Ramblers, 4; Players Club, 1; Secretary to Dean and Registrar, 2; Assistant Regis- 
trar, 1 ; A.B., in Literature and Journalism in 1935. 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



19 3 6 




Fred Wood 
Savannah, Ga. 



A. B. IN Commerce 



Delta Sigma Phi, Blue Key, Lords Club, Zeta Upsilon, Inter-fraiernity Council, 
Business Administration Club; President Delta Sigma Phi, 3; President Inter- 
fraternity Council, 4; Business Manager of YAMACRAW, 4; Manager of Glee Club, 
2; Treasurer of Delta Sigma Phi, 4; Salutatorian. 



THE Y A ^1 A C R A W 



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Jack Brown 

nKA 
Martin, Ga. 



A. B. IN Education 



Transferred from North Georgia College in 1934; Baseball, 3, 4; Ugly Club; "0" 
Club; Blue Key; Stray Greek. 



THE Y A M A € R A W 



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H. B. MCCULLOUGH 
Fort Pierce, Fla. 



A. B. IN Physical Education 



Member Ugly Club; Football, 3, 4, 5; Freshman baseball tetter 3; Secretary Alpha 
Nu Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi; President of 1st Baptist Church Sunday School 
Club on Campus. 



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Lawrence W. Wade 
Oneonta, Ala. 



M. A. IN Education 



A.B., Physical Education; Blue Key; "0" Club; Ugly Club; Football, 1, 2, 4; Base- 
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



THE Y A M A C R A AV — 1 9 3 6 





Wm. Paul Carpenter 
Atlanta, Georgia 



A. B. IN Literature and Journalism 



Elected to Players Club, 2; Director Players Club, 3; Assistant Dean of English 
Department, 3; Instructor of class in Play Production, 3; Elected to Blue Key, 3: 
President of Players Club, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Advisor to Players Club, 4. 



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Cecil Moon 

ALT 
Bowdon, Ga. 



A. B. IN Secretarial Preparation 



President of ALT Pledge Club; Captain of Basketball Tsam, 3, 4; Member of "0" 
Club; Baseball, 2, 3; Football, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Ajll Intramural Basketball 
Guard, 4. 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



1 O 3 6 




W. Lamar Adams 
Mansfield, Ga. 



A. B. IN Physical Education 



Varsity football, 2, 3, 4; Freshman football, 1; Ugly Club; "0" Club. 



THE Y A M A C R A W — 1 9 3 6 




Joel George 
Lexington, S. C. 



A. B. IN Commerce 



University of South Carolina,!; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Players Club, 2, 3, 4; Business 
Administration Club, 4. 



THE YAMACRAW — 1936 




A. B. IN Liberal Arts 



John Holcomb 

KA 

Decatur, Ga. 



Transfer from Duke Univsrsity. 



THE Y A M A C R A W — 1 « a « 




Leonard Pickard 

KA 

Cartersville, Ga. 



A. B. IN Commerce 



Intramural Athletics; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



THE YAMACRAW — 1936 





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Francis Smith, Jk. 

211 

Atlanta, Ga. 



A. B. IN Commerce 



Transfer from Emorv University; Blue Key; Lords Club; Players Club, 2, 3, 4; 
Manager of Glee Club, 3, 4; Advertising Manager of Yamacraw,4; Charter Member 
of Business Administration Club; Stray Greek Club. 



THE Y 



A M A C R A W - 1 » 3 « 



Joseph M. McGahee 
Athens, Ga. 




A. B. IN Commerce 



Business Administration Club; Freshman Football,!; Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4. 



THE Y A M A r R A W — I » 3 6 




Martha Carmichael 
Atlanta, Ga. 



A. B. IN Education 



Duchess Club, Intramural Athlstics 1, 2, 3, 4.; Players Club. 



T n K Y A M A C R A W — 1 9 3 « 





Robert Frieman 
Bayonne, N. J. 



M. A. IN Education 



Freshman football, 1; Varsity football, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Football Coach for Spring 
training, 4; Officer in the "O" Club; Phi Kappa D.slta; Sports Editor and Feature 
Editor of "The Petrel"; Winner of Intramural Sweater and Letter; All-Tournament 
selection in Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Track and Field Champion, 2; Valedictorian. 



THE Y A M A r R A W 



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ALMA »I A T E 11 HYMN 



Fair Alma Mater, Oglethorpe, 

Thou didst for others die, 
And now above thv broken tomb, 

Thy God doth lift Thee high! 
For He doth live in every stone 

We worthily have brought, 
And He doth move in every deed 

We righteously have wrought. 



We give to thee our lives to mould 

And thou to us dost give 
Thy life, whose pulse-beat is the truth, 

Wherein we ever live. 
And as the times pass o'er our heads 

In this we shall rejoice. 
That we may never drift beyond 

The memory of thy voice. 



Fair Alma Mater, Oglethorpe, 

Thou didst for others die 
So now above thy broken tomb 

Thy Lord uplifts thee high! 
To all thy past of pain and toil, 

Thy future's brilliant goal. 
We promise loyalty and love; 

We pledge thee heart and soul. 



JUNIOPS 




us. 




Homer S. Carson 
Delton, Ga. 



Pinky Jewell Gates 
Atlanta, Ga- 



Richard K. Wallace 
Beaumont, Texas 



Thomas E. Ewing 

Kingstree, S. C. 

ALT 



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Joseph V. McGeady 

Bayonne, N. J. 

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Virginia Sauls 

Savannah, Ga. 

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Ernest Clyburn 

Kershaw, S. C. 

ALT 



Duane Kunde 

Greenwood, Fla. 

ALT 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



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William Reynolds 
Gibbstown, N. J. 



Sue Bailey 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Troy Drew 

Midville, Ga. 

ALT 



Jack Puryear 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

A2* 



T II K V A M A € K A W 



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Heyl G. Tebo 

Atlanta, Ga. 

IIK* 



Esther Crosby 

Citra, Fla. 

xn 



Paul Neal 

Kershaw, S. C. 

ALT 



Edwin Hester 
Climax, Ga. 









THE Y A M A C R A W 



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Stacy Rowell 
Bronsord, Fla. 



Dorothy Austin 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Mai-y Roberts 
Atlanta, Ga. 





Mack Rickard 
Buena Vista, Ala. 
KA 



THE 



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Henry Horton 

Kershaw, S. C. 

ALT 



Eloise Polak 
Atlanta, Ga. 

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Andy Johnson 

Milstead, Ga. 

ALT 



Jacques Upshaw 
Atlanta, Ga. 






THE Y A M A C R A W 





Stewart Clyburn 

Kershaw, S. C. 

ALT 



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Elizabeth Talbot 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Robert Brock 
Atlanta, Ga. 



James Sullivan 

Demorest, Ga. 

ALT 



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Ralph Thacker 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

KA 





MaragTet L. Donaldson 
Dublin, Ga. 



Charles Fisher 

Ci-oss City, Fla. 

KA 



Creighton Perry 

Buford, Ga. 

KA 





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THE YAMACRAW— lO 




Fuessel Chisholm 

Garnett, S. C. 

KA 



Mavtha Carreker 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B'I'A 



Hoyt Farmer 

Clayton, Ga. 

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SOPHOMORES 






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Tipp Mosley 

McDonough, Ga. 

ALT 




Cephas Tidwell 
Malone, Fla. 



Lonnie Bennet 
Wachula, Fla. 



Elmer Waters 

EastanoUee, Ga. 

Ai:<I> 



Clare Neuhoff 

Atlanta, Ga. 

KA 



Ben Forkner 




Avondale Estates, Ga. 






Francis Key 




Garfield, Ga. 



Hubert Elliott 

Lake Worth, Fla. 

IIK* 



Elmer George 
Stone Mountain, Ga. 



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Gladys Lindsey 
Brookhaven, Ga. 



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Dai-den Archer 

Conyers, Ga. 

ALT 



Hugh Clements 
Gi-sensboro, N. C. 



Sam Finklea 
Hyman, S. C. 



Wyatt Benton 
Timmonsville, S. C. 



Van Lingle 

Lancaster, S. C. 

ALT 



Virginia Toombs 
Atlanta, Ga. 

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William Doyle 

Osteen, Fla. 

KA 



Ed V/eems 
Towncreek, Ala 



William Meredith 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Jeanette Bentley 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B*A 




J*"*"* 











THE Y A M A C K A W — 1 9 3 O 




^^ 




Glenn Owens 
Newnan, Ga. 



Cris Pigago 

E. Chicago, Ind. 

AS* 



Ralph Bowen 

Stockbridge, Ga. 

ALT 



William Eason 
Tyner, N. C. 



Sidney Hall 

Summerville, Ga. 

ALT 



Margaret Bible 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Herbert Atkins 
Monterey, Ala. 



Lamar McCullough 

Stockbridge, Ga. 

ALT 



Clyde Bays 

Guage, Ky. 

KA 



JL 11 1 



i 1 A >1 A C R A W 



Byrd Strickland 

Atlanta, Ga. 

KA 



1 » 3 6 



Hiram Cooper 
Bartow, Ga. 



Franklin Cauthen 
McBee, S. C. 



Fred Daiger 

Clearwater, Fla. 

KA 



Joffre Brock 
Atlanta, Ga. 



C. C. Perry 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Ed Clements 

Greensboro, N. C. 

ALT 



Frank Mulvey 

South Britain, Conn. 

AS* 



Lyman Aldrich 

Oglethorpe Univ., Ga. 

AS* 



William Williford 

Slocomb, Ala. 

ALT 



Adolph Spear 
Apalachicola Fla. 






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THE Y A M A C R A W — 1 » a ii 





Pete Morris 

Atlanta, Ga. 

KA 



George Hodges 
Ashville, Ala. 



Margaret Thompson 

Clearwater, Fla. 

KA 



Mary Josey 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B'J'A 



Roger Williams 

Newark, N. J. 

AS* 



Jack Ferry 
Live Oak, Fla. 



Frances Harvard 

Dothan, Ala. 

KA 



Camille Gladson 
Hot Springs, Ark. 



Macley Saifisberg 

South Orange, N. J. 

AS* 



T II i: 



A M A C K A \V 



Mirgan Smilh 

Bainbridge, Ga. 

niv* 



I !i :t o 



James Jordan 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Frank Ousley 
Lydia, S. C. 



Evangeline Harwell 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Anne Moseley 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Edward Schwabe 

Cordele, Ga. 

KA 



James Lanier 

Augusta, Ga. 

KA 



Augusta Glendinning 

South Jacksonville, Fla. 

KA 



Mary Call 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Robert Mooney 

Griffin, Ga. 

KA 



Francis Tillman 
Sheraw, S. C. 







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THE Y A M A C R A W 









:U«!l 



/<■. 






James May 
Suwanee, Ga. 



Elmer Harris 
Veno Beach, Fla. 



Ehanor Dinwoodie 

Atlanta, Ga. 

KA 



Margaret Adkins 
Stephens, Ga. 



George Blanos 
Augusta, Ga. 



T 11 K 



A M A C K A W 



Jack Smith 
Dade City, Fla. 



Betty Coursey 
Atlanta, Ga. 

xo 



Mary Lotta 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Mason Dorrough 
Pell City, Ala. 



Walter Ferguson 
Decatur, Ga. 



1 91 a o 



Robert Haygood 
Montgomery, Ala 



John Chesney 

E. Chicago, Ind. 

ALT 



Blanche Knapp 

Atlanta, Ga. 

XQ 



Catherine Goodwyn 

Atlanta, Ga. 

KA 



Wilson Franklin 
Duluth, Ga. 



James Moody 
Dillon, S. C. 



Sara Cheves 

Atlanta, Ga. 

XQ 



Louise Field 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Harry DeHart 

Woodbury, N. J. 

AS* 



Joseph Bledsoe 
Atlanta, Ga. 










THE Y A M A C R A W — 1 O 3 6 




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vf 






Maynai-d Wertz 

Lake Worth, Fla. 

11 K* 



Frederick Thranhardt 
Daytona Beach, Fla. 



Jane Clippenger 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Margaret Newberne 
Atlanta, Ga. 



James Branyan 
New Albany, Miss. 



Allen Green 
Cocleemee, N. C. 



Geraldin? Wisenbaker 
Lake Park, Ga. 



Eleanor Hicks 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Lawrence Slay 
Fort Pierce, Fla. 



Herbert Archer 
Howey-in-the-hills, Fla. 



1 11 K. 



V A .^1 A € R A W 



I u :i o 



Ansel Paulk 

Waycross, Ga. 

KA 



Clare Aldrich 
Oglethorpe Univ., Ga. 



Martha Livingston 
Atlanta, Ga. 



John Petosis 
Albany, Ga. 



Russell Beavers 
Bailevsville, West Va. 



Odette Gutherie 
Atlanta, Ga. 





L?. Verne Partain 




Atlanta, Ga. 




xn 


Lenora Vogel 




Atlanta, Ga. 




xo 





James King 
Decatur, Ga. 



Charles King- 
Covington, Ga 
ALT 










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THE Y A M A C R A W 



19 3 





Ralph King 

Covington, Ga. 

ALT 



William Kavanaugh 
E. Chicago, Ind. 



A. S. Smith, Jr. 
Griffin, Ga. 



Dorothy Merryman 

Atlanta, Ga. 

KA 






Ruth Lowther 

Atlanta, Ga. 

X<3 



Eleanor Ivey 

Atlanta, Ga. 

X<2 



Luther Loughridge 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Amaryllis Prickett 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B'I'.V 



Joe Weaver 
Bradenton, Fla. 



I H K 1 A >I A C: R A W 



Alva Joiner 
Albany, Ga. 



I » 3 6 



^ 
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FRATERNITIES 



Pi Kappa Phi 



Delta Sigma Plii 



Aiplia Lambda Tau 



Kappa Alpha 



SORORITIES 



Kappa Delta 



Reta Phi Alpha 



Chi Omega 



THE If A M A C R A W — 1 9 3 6 



Inter — Frsit«?riiitv Coiiiic*il 



Shortly after the opening of the University for the new school year, 
active members of the four national fraternities on the campus — those 
interested in the development of ciose relationship — gathered and for- 
mulated plans for Oglethorpe's revised inter-fraternity council. 

The purpose of the council, as stated in the constitution, leads to the 
creation of harmony and co-operation among the fraternities on the Uni- 
versity's campus, and to regulate rushing on the campus. 



MEMBERS 



Fred Wood 
Tom Ewing 
Dick Wallace 
Creighton Perry 



AS* 
UK* 

ALT 

KA 



Joe McGeady 

Tubby Thompson 

Ed. Copeland 

Clvde Bavs 



THE 1 A M A V RAW 



1 9 :i o 




Wood Ewing Wallace McGeady 

Thompson Copeland Perry 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Fred Wood 

VICE PRESIDENT Tubhy Thomposn 

SECRETARY Dick Wallace 

TREASURER Creighton Perry 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



1 O 3 6 



I* i K SI |i p a P li i 



COLOR 

GOLD AND WHITE 




FLOWER 

RED ROSE 



Founded at the College of Charleston in 1904 
Pi Chapter Established 1918 



Thomas Ewing 

Alva Thompson 
Hevl Tebo 



OFFICERS 



President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Thcman Ewing 
Hey! Tebo 
Bill Reynolds 



Morgan Smith 
Maynard Wertz 



PLEDGES 



Alvr. Thompson 
Kelley Byers 
Hubert Elliot 



William Borman 
George Macnamara 



THE Y A M A C H A W 



19 3 6 




Ewing 


Thompson 


Byei-s 


Elliot 


Borman 


Macnamara 


Tebo 


Wertz 


Smith 



THE Y A M A C R A W — 1 9 3 « 



D e 1 t » Sigma P !■ i 




COLOR 

NILE GREEN and WHITE 



AE4>^ 



FLOWER 

WHITE CARNATION 




Founded at the Coilege of the City of New York 



Alpha Na Chaptsr established in 1922 



OFFICERS 



Joe McGeady 
Jack Puryear 
Roger Williams 
Fred Wood 
Maclay Salfisberg 



MEMBERS 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sergeant at Arms 



Jon McGeady 
Fred Wood 
Jac!; Puryear 
H. B. McCullough 



Roger Williams 
Ralph Tolve 
Maclay Salfisberg 
James Holmes 



Lawrence Slay 
George Hodges 
Frank Mulvey 
Harry DeHart 
Chris Pigago 



Dr John Aldrich 
PLEDGES 



Lonnie Bennett 
Elmer Walters 
Lyman Aldrich 
Fred Thranhardt 
Joe Weaver 



THE Y A ^1 A C R A W 



19 3 6 




McGsady 


Puryear 


Wood 


Williams 


Salfisberg 


McCullo^lgh 


Holmes 


Tolve 


Hodges 


Slay 


DeHart 


Aldrich 



THE Y A M A C R A W — 1 9 3 6 



ALPHA LAMBDA T A U 



COLOR 
OLD GOLD and BLACK 




FLOWER 

AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE 



Founded at Ogiethcrpt' Univers.ty i921 

Alpl.a Chapter Established 1921 

OFFICERS 



Ed Copeland 
Ralph Brown 
Dick Wallace 



Ed Copeland 
Ralph Bo wen 
Die! Wallace 



MEMBERS 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 



Jame~. Dean 
A shlsy Wooteii 
D. W. Gen'ry 



PLEDGES 



Andy Johnson 
Phi! McCollough 
William Williford 
James King 
Ralph King 
John Chesney 
Frank Zalenzic 
Willam Kavanaugh 
Buck Kunde 
Darden Archer 
Paul Neal 
Paul Drew 



Troy Drew 
Henry Horton 
Stewart Clvburn 
Earnest Clvburn 
Van Lingla 
Willis Dsnny 
Bar;; Owens 
Ben Forkner 
John Sullivan 
Cecil Moon 
Ed Clements 
Wilson Franklin 



THE Y A >I A C R A W 



1 u :i o 









Copeland 


Wallace 


Gentry 


Sullivan 


Hall 


Bowen 


Johnson 


Drew 


Clements 


Archer 


McCullough 


King 




Franklin 


King 





THE \ A M A C R A W — 1 » 3 « 



KAPPA ALPHA 



FLOWER 

MAGNOLIA AN'D RED ROSE 




COLOR 

CRIMSON AND OLD GOLD 



Founded at Was-ungt:.!! and Lee University 1865 
Beta Nj ClTiaj.tir Establ.slied in 1918 



MEMBERS 



Micliey Pearson 
Ralph Thackei- 
Fuessel Chisholm 
Creighton Perry 
Billy Doyle 
Johnny Holcomb 
Freddie Daiger 



Eir. Lyon 
Clyd:- Bays 
Jr,c>: Smith 
Alvp. Joiner 
Leonard Pickard 
Bustei' Fifhev 
Pete Morris 



Ansel Faulk 
Ed Sihwabe 
Jimmy Lanier 
Bob Mooney 
Ray Barnes 



PLEDGES 



Kinsey Stuart 
Mack Rickard 
Eugene Crockett 
Tom Daniels 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



I » It A 




Chisholm 


Perry 


Bays 


Fisher 


Thacker 


Daiger 


Joiner 


Pickard 


Smith 


Morris 


Paulk 


Mooney 




Lanier 


Schwabe 





THE YAMACRAW — 1936 



PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL 

Sororities did not come to tlie campus of tlie University until 1920, 
only a few years after co-education became a part of the program of the 
Universitty. It was in 1920 that a group of girls banned themselves to- 
gether under the name of Zeta Tau Sorority, which in 1930 became the 
Alpha Tau Chapter of Kappa Delta, leading the way to the founding of 
two other such organizations up to the present time. 

Two years after the founding of Zeta Tau another female organi- 
zation, Sigma Alpha Sorority, was established. And another two years 
after its organization it became the Sigma Gamma Chapter of the Na- 
tional Sorority, Chi Omega. The chapter was established in 1924. 

The third and last sorority to come to the campus was Phi Kappa 
Eta, a local which was organized in 1927. In 1930 it became the Chi 
Chapter of Beta Phi Alpha, a National Sorority. 

One of the most harmonious movements of the three Sororities took 
place when a Pan-Hellenic Council was organized for the promotion of 
closer relationship. The council has been very active this year. 





MEMBERS 


Dot Austin 


KA 


Pauline Coleman 


B-I-A 


Eloise Polak 


xn 



Mary Roberts 

Pinky Gates 

Virginia Toombs 



THE YAMACRAW — I930 




Coleman 


Polak 


Roberts 


Gates 


Toonxbs 


Austin 




OFFICERS 


- 


President 




Pauline Coleman 


Vice President 




Eloise Polak 


Secretary and Treasurer 




Mary Roberts 



THE \ A M A C R A W — 1 9 3 6 



KAPPA DELTA 



COLOR 

GREEN AND WHITE 




FLOWER 

WHITE ROSE 



Founded at Stata Normal College in 1897 
' Alpha Tau Chapter estabhshed in 1930 



Frances Norman 
Mary Roberts 
Claire Neuhoff 
Dorothy Austin 
Elsie Martin 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Editor 



MEMBERS 



Claire Neuhoff 
Mary Roberts 
Catherine Goodwyn 
Frances Harvard 
Eleanor Dinwoodie 



Dorothy Autsin 

Frances Norman 

Dorothy Merryman 

Margaret Thompson 

Ann Moseley 



Elizabeth L'Englle 
Frances West 



PLEDGES 



Gladys Vallebouna 
Buster Glendenning 



T II E Y A >l A C R A W 



19 3 6 




Norman 


Roberts 


Neuhoff 


Austin 


L'Engle 


Harvard 


Thompson 


Glendenning 


West 


Goodwyn 


Vallebouna 


Moseley 




Dinwoodie 


Merryman 





THE YAMACRAW 



19 3 6 



BETA PHI ALPHA 



COLOR 
TEA ROSE 




FLOWER 
KELLEY GREEN and OLD GOLD 



Founded at the University of Southern California in 1909 
Chi Chapter estabhshed in 1930. 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Sue Bailey 
Mary Armistead 



Amaryllis Pickett 
Evangeline Harwell 



MEMBERS 

Geraldine Wisenbaker 
PLEDGES 



Pauline Coleman 

Pinky Gates 

Billie Happoldt 

Janette Bentley 



Martha Carreker 
Mary Elizabeth Josey 



Elizabeth Talbot 
Jimmy Taylor 



* r II A w 



1 9 :t « 




Coleman 
Bentley 
Boggins 
Josey 



Gates 
Bailey 
Talbot 
Pickett 



Happoldt 
Armistead 
Wisenbaker 
Harwell 



THE Y A M A C K A W 



I O 3 O 



€ H 1 O .^1 E O A 



COLOR 

CARDINAL and STRAW 




FLOWER 

WHITE CARNATION 



Founded at the University of Arkansas in 1895 
Sigma Gamma Chapter established in 1924 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice President 
Treasurer 
Pledge Captain 



Eloise Polak 
Dora Bowden 
Evelyn Wix 
Virginia Sauls 
Sara Cheves 
LaVerne Partain 
Margaret Adkins 



Nell Cheek 
Margaret Newberne 



MEMBERS 



PLEDGES 



Dora Bowden 

Eloise Polak 

Martha Sells 

Virginia Toombs 



Martha Carmichael 

Martha Sells 

Ruth Lowther 

Elizabeth Coursey 

Esther Crosby 

Jane Clippinger 

Virginia Toombs 



Eleanor Ivey 
Blanche Knapp 



THE YAMACRAW— 1936 




Polak 


Carmichael Toombs 


Sauls 


Cheek 


Newburne Lowther 


Knapp 


Ivey 


Cheves Crosby 


Adkins 




Partain Clippinger 


Coursey 



THE YAMACRAW 



1 9 3 O 



The Prayer 
Of Oglethorpe University 

FATHER OF WISDOM, MASTER OF THE SCHOOLS OF MEN, OF 
THINE ALL-KNOWLEDGE GRANT ME THIS MY PRAYER: THAT 
1 MAY BE WISE IN THEE. SINK THOU MY FOUNDATIONS 
DEEP INTO THY BOSOM UNTIL THEV REST UPON THE VAST 
ROCK OF THY COUNSEL. LIFT' THOU MY WALLS INTO THE 
CLEAR EMPYREAN OF THY''' TRUTH. COVER ME WITH THE 
WINGS THAT SHADOW FROM ALL HARM. LAY MY THRESH- 
OLDS IN HONOR AND MY LINTELS IN LOVE. SET THOU MY 
FLOORS IN THE CEMENT OF UNBREAKABLE FRIENDSHIP AND 
MAY MY WINDOWS BE TRANSPARENT WITH HONESTY. LEAD 
THOU UNTO ME, LORD GOD, THOSE WHOM THOU HAST AP- 
POINTED TO BE MY CHILDREN, AND WHEN THEY SHALL 
COME WHO WOULD LEARN OF ME THE WISDOM OF THE 
YEARS, LET THE CRIMSON OF MY WINDOWS GLOW WITH 
THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. LET THEM SEE, MY LORD, 
HIM WHOM THOU HAST SHOWN ME; LET THEM HEAR HIM 
WHOSE VOICE HAS WHISPERED TO ME AND LET THEM REACH 
OUT THEIR HANDS AND TOUCH HIM WHO HAS GENTLY LED 
ME UNTO THIS GOOD DAY. ROCK-RIBBED MAY I STAND FOR 
THY TRUTH. LET THE STORMS OF EVIL BEAT ABOUT ME 

IN VAIN. MAY I SAFELY SHELTER THOSE WHO COME UNTO 
ME FROM THE WINDS OF ERROR. LET THE LIGHTNING THAT 
LIES IN THE CLOUD OF IGNORANCE BREAK UPON MY HEAD 
IN DESPAIR. MAY THE YOUNG AND THE PURE AND THE 
CLEAN-HEARTED PUT THEIR TRUST SECURELY IN ME NOR 
MAY ANY WHO COME TO MY HAXLS FOR GUIDANCE BE 
SENT ASTRAY. LET THE BLUE ASHLARS OF MY BREAST 
THRILL TO THE HAPPY SONGS OF THE TRUE-HEARTED AND 
MAY THE VERY HEART OF MY CAMPUS SHOUT FOR JOY 
AS IT FEELS THE TREAD OF THOSE WHO MARCH FOR GOD. 
ALL THIS I PRAY THEE; AND YET THIS MORE: THAT THERE 
MAY BE NO STAIN UPON MY STONES, FOREVER. AMEN. 



31 A i: K A w — I » ;i « 



4 




PART ©XE — PiBblieations 



PART TWO — National Honor Fraternities 



PART THREE — Local Honor Fraternities 



THE V A M A 1 IK A W — I » :i O 




yamac;raw staff 



TOM EWING . . . . 
FRED WOOD 

BILLIE HAPPOLDT 
DICK WALLACE 
J. D. CROMER 
PALMER SMITH 
JOFFERY BROCK 
JACK PERRY 



EDITOR 
BUSINESS MGR. 
ASSOCIATE ED. 

SPORTS ED. 
PHOTO ED. 
ADVERTISING 
ART 
ART 



THE YAMACRAW— 1»36 



Socially Spe ^u^^ ^tutmxi 







Active members and pledgee 
Beta Nu Chapter of Kappa A 
tj-aternity entertained at a proi 
supper-dance on February 26 ij 
main dinning room of .the Ai, 




prints 4 
tisiiig f( 
its own 
geous, 





^POSE OF A COLLEGE PAPER 
. .ne^e newspaper is not worth whflfs 

ln?f L*^^*-"''^'* '''^"^i °r bad ad 
/and for the student body. The college 

the disiraination of infoi-matlon adva 

- The best checks upon conditions 

^t body that is not afraid to 

improvement, and a student { 




Ye Old Sports Editor 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Creighton Perry Editor-in-Chief 

Hank Frieman Sports Editor 

Hubert Elliot ■ • • Assistant Sports Etlitor 

Jeanette Bentley Social Editor 

Ralph Thacker Columnist 

NEWS STAFF 

James Branyan Ans-1 Paulk 

James Cromer Virgmia Sauls 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Herman Campbell Business Manager 

Edgar Pinson Advertising 

Edwin Warren Advertising 

Jack Smith Advertising 

Eddy Hester Typist 

Paul Rainwater, Jr Exchange Editor 

Wimpy Williford Circulation Manager 

Leontes Finklea Circulation 

Lonnie Bennett Circulation 

Edward Schwabe Circulation 

Scoville Smith Business Secretary 

James Head Technical Advisor 



THE YAMACRAW 



19 3 6 



BLUE 



KEY 



OFFICERS 



Preisdent 

Secretary and Treasurer 

Corresponding Secretary 



Fred Wood 

Tom Ewing 

Dick Wallace 



MEMBERS 



Jack Puryear 
J. D. Cromer 
Edwin Hetser 
Ed Copeland 
Homer Carson 
Paul Carpenter 
Dick Wallace 
Fred Wood 
Lawrence Wade 
Fue Chisholm 



Joe McGeady 

Howard Thranhardt 

Creighton Perry 

Ralph Thacker 

Jack Brown 

Alva Thompson 

Tom Ewing 

Palmer Smith 

Ralph Tolve 

Frank Mulvay 



FACULTY 



Sterling Lanier 
Thornwell Jacobs 



John Patrick 
John A. Aldrich 



James M. Springer 



C^ R A W 



I !» :t (S 




Lanier 

Wallace 

Thranhardt 

Carson 



Mik^ 



Patrick 
McGeady 
Puryear 

Hester 



Wood 

Thompson 

Cromer 

Perry 



Ewing 
Copeland 

Brown 
Thacker 



THE \ A >I A r R A W 



19 3 6 



L K i 



7>k T K 



OFFICERS 



President 

Secretary and Treasurer 



Tom Ewing 
Fussell Chisholm 



MEMBERS 



Tom Ewing 
Mack Rickard 

Tub Thompson 
Frank Mulvey 
J. M. Comer 



Fue Cliisholm 

Joe McGeady 

Howard Thranhardt 

Lyman Aldrich 

Cephas Tidewell 



T II E Y A JVI A C R A W 



I » :t 6 




Ewing 
Thompson 
Mulvey 



Chisholm 
Thranhardt 
Aldrich 



Rickard 
McGeady 
Tidwell 



THE Y A M A C K A W 



19 3 6 



LOUI>'«$ CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President 

Secretary and Treasure 



Fred Wood 
Stuge Elliot 



MEMBERS 



Tom Ewing 
Jack Puryear 
Frank Mulvey 
Fue Chisholm 
Ed. Copeland 
J. D. Cromer 
Nanpy Thranhardt 
Maci-- Rickard 
Ralph Bowen 
Buster Fisher 
Stooge Elliot 



Dick Wallace 

Joe McGeady 

Ralph Tolve 

Ralph Thacker 

Palmer Smith 

Tub Thompson 

Mack Salfisberg 

Ansel Paulk 

Bill Reynolds 

Fred Wood 

D. Smith 



a «. •'! m /I ' 



1 » 3 6 




Wood 


Ewing 


Wallace 


Puryear 


Copeland 


Thompson 


McGeady 


Thranhardt 


Cromer 


Smith 


Salfisberg 


Smith 


Tolve 


Mulvey 


Pickard 


Chisholm 




Fisher 


Thacker 





T 11 K Y A M A C; K A \\ 



1 fi :{ o 



I* li i Kappa Delta 



OFFICERS 



Campus Regent 



Howard Thranhardt 



MEMBERS 



Howard Thranhardt 
Tom Ewing 
PauHne Coleman 
Fue Chisholm 



Hank Frieman 
Ralph Thacker 

Annette Noel Vincent 
Creighton Perry 



T H K Y A M A C R A W — 1 9 ;i 6 




Thranhardt Frieman Thacksr 

Coleman Ewing Vincent 

Chisholm Perry 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



1 9 3 O 



DITCHERS C:LUB 



OFFICERS 

President / Martha Carmichael 

Vice President ' Sue Bailey 

Secretary Frances Harvard 



MEMBERS 

Frances Harvard Martha Carmichael 

Pauline Coleman Mary Roberts 

Margaret Newburne Sue Bailey 

Clare Neuhoff Virginia Sauls 

Jeannette Bentley Catherine Goodwin 

Neile Cheek Pinky Gates 

Martha Carreker Evangeline Harwell 

Gcraldine Wisenba'cer Elizabeth Talbot 

Cillie HappcL;t Margaret Adkins 



THE lAMACRAW— 19aO 




Coleman 


Wisenbaker 


Carmichael 


Bailey 


Harvard 


Adkins 


Goodwyn 


Bentley 


Gates 


Happoldt 


Cheek 


Harwell 



THE Y A M A C K A W 



19 3 6 



O L E E C E r IS 

The fall of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Five saw the resurrection 
of the Oglethorpe Glee Club. The organization had existed for some 
time previous to 1932, but that year it dissolved. 

Sterling Lanier, the present director, was the man who did for the 
University the great service of reorganizing a glee club. 

In the autumn of 1933 the club was scarcely more than a quartet, 
but Spring came with new material and much hard work brought forth 
a group of fine male voices worthy to be called a Glee Club. Critics 
Called "wonderful" this quick transformation of raw material into a 
finished man's chorus. 

A Glee Club for women was organized and directed by Mr. Lanier 
in the fall of 1934, and the male and female clubs sang jointly in a num- 
ber of songs in concerts. 

The Glee Club of 1935-36 is also a mixed chorus, singing well known 
songs by famous composers. 



THE Y A M A € R A W — 1 9 :i « 




THE Y A M A C R A W 



19 3 6 



THE P L A Y E ■« • S C L IT B 



OFFICERS 



President 
Art Director 
Stage Management 



Byrd Strickland 

Jack Perry 

Paul Rainwater — Herbert Archer 



MEMBERS 



Eioise Polak 
Virginia Sauls 
Frances Harvard 
Palmer Smith 
J. D. Cromer 



Ralph Thacker 
Allen Green 

Hiram Cooper 

Joel George 

Cephas Tidwell 



THE YAMACRAW 



19 3 6 




Strickland 


Polak 


Smith 


Cromer 


Archer 


Tidwell 


Green 


Perry 
Thacker 


George 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



1 O 3 O 




Oglethorpe D e l> a t e € I ii li 



Ralph Thacker 
Mack Rickard 



Creighton Perry 
Fussell Chisholm 






THK YAMACRAW— 193« 



»ii$>»tiBess A«liiBlMl$^tristi«&ii CBsal^ 



(Established Feb. 27, 1936) 
Affiliated with the Nat'onal Federation of Commerce Guilds. 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Faculty Adviser 



Pilchard Wallace 

Homer Carson, Jr. 

Edwin Hester 

W. P. Steinhaeuser 



MEMBERS 



Herbert Atkins 
Homer S. Carson, Jr. 
Troy Drew 
Wilson Franklin 
Joel George 
Francis S. Key 
Francis P. Smith, Jr. 
Richard Wallace 
Fred Wood 
Elmer Walters 



Lonnie Bennett 

James D. Cromer 

William N. Eason 

Daniel W. Gentry 

Edwin Hester 

Joseph M. McGahee 

Maclay Salfisberg 

William Woodward 

Edward Weems 

William A. Williford 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Mark Burrows 
Percy L. Bardin 



B. E. Alward 
Thornwell Jacobs 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



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Z E T A I F S I L « X 

Founded at the University of Alabama and Oglethorpe University 1930. 

Revised 1935 
FLOWER RED CARNATION 

COLOR RED and BLACK 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice President 
Secretai-v and Treasurer 
Faculty Advisor 



Dick Wallace 

Fred Wood 

Ed Copeland 

John Patrick 



MEMBERS 



James Dean 
Troy Drew 
Joseph Elliot 
Raiph Tolve 
Joe McGeady 
Billy Doyle ' 
Bill Reynolds 
Nappy Thranhardt 



Ralph Bowen 

Tom Ewing 

Alvin Thompson 

Maclay Sa'fisberg 

Lonnie Bennett 

Ansel Paulk 

Ben Forkner 

Sid Hall 



THE Y A ^1 A V R A W 



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T li e Scorpion Club 



Founded at Oglethorpe University 1934 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 



Dick Wallace 

Ralph Thacker 

Ansel Paulk 



MEMBERS 



Dick Wallace 
Ansel Paulk 
Ralph Tolve 
Lawrence Slay 
Hubert Elliot 
Fred Daiger 



Ralnh Thacker 

Billy Doyle 

Maclay Salfisburg 

Tom Ewing 

Sid Hall 

Clyde Bays 



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THE U«LY CLUB 



Founded at Oglethorpe University in 1934 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 



Lamar Adams 

Bill Reynolds 

Alva Thompson 



MEMBERS 



Lamar Adams 
Alva Thompson 
Paul Neal 
Jack Brown 
H. B. McCullough 



Stooge Elliot 



Bill Reynolds 

Hank Frieman 

George McNamara 

Lawrence Wade 

Cecil Moon 



THE Y A M A C R A W 



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THE "O" CLUB 



Lamar Adams 
Jack Brown 
Stewart Clyburn 
James Dean 
H. R. Frieman 
Henry Horton 
George Macnamara 
H. B. McCulIough 
Paul Neal 
John Patrick 
Chris Pigago 
James Sullivan 
Lawrence Wade 



Ralph Bowen 

Homer Carson 

Ed Copeland 

Ben Forkner 

Buster Fisher 

Duane Kunde 

Joe McGeady 

Cecil Moon 

Glenn Owens 

Jack Puryear 

Bill Reynolds 

Alva Thompson 

Dick Wallace 



Elmer Walters 




HEAD COACH 

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SCORES FOR 1935 FOOTBALL SEASON 



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OPPONENTS 

Ozarks 27 

Stetson 7 

Chattanooga 24 

Erskine 

Troy 7 

Emory-Henrv 28 

Auburn 51 

Mercer 19 

Miami 21 






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OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1936 

Sept. 23 — Newberry Ponce de Leon 

Oct. 3— Mercer Albany 

Oct. 9 —Chattanooga Chattanooga 

Oct 17 — ^Ala. Teachers Hermance Field 

Oct. 24 — Emory-Henry Hermance Field 

Oct. 31 — W. Ky. Teachers Bowling Green, Ky. 

Nov. 6 — Erskine Ponce de Leon 

Nov. 14— Miss. State Colleie Chnton, Miss. 

Nov. 26— Stetson Deland, Fla. 



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BASKETBALL SCORES FOR 1936 



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Mississippi State 
Mississippi State 
Alabama U. : 
Long Island U. 
George Washington U. 
Brooklyn College ' 
Dickinson College 
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OPPONENTS 

John Marshall 63 

Newark University 33 

St. Thomas College 57 

Bluefield College 73 

Mercer 26 

Alabama State Teachers 44 

Atlanta Y. M. C. A. 44 

Roanoke College 32 

Atlanta Y. M. C. A. 49 

Navy 44 

Woodruff Sports Shop 39 

Mercer 36 

Jewish Progressive Club 36 



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BASEBALL SUMMARY OF 1936 

Due to inclement weather, the spring baseball training season was 
not much of a success. 

The Petrels traveled to Auburn and lost two games, 7-6 and 8-4. 
When the University of Cincinnati came down they were hopelessly out- 
classed. In the first game the Petrels won 6-1. The ccore at the end of 
tine second game was 12-2. 

The Florida "Gators" came to Atlanta and were defeated by the 
Petrels 9-7 in the first game. Ed Clements pitched the Petrels to an- 
other win the next dav striking out thirteen men, the final s;ore being 
5-3. 

The Petrels then journeyed to Athens where they beat Georgia two 
games, 6-0, 5-1. 

The squad then left on a trip to Florida and on the way down, stop- 
ped off at Cochran where thev played Middle Georgia College, the game 
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At Gainesville, Florida, Clements again beat the University of Flor- 
ida 6-3. However, Florida beat the Petrels 3-1 the next day. 

The Petrels went to Winter Park for two games with Rollins College. 
The first game going twelve innings to a 3-3 tie. The Petrels lost the 
second game 3-2. 

Back home again the Petrels engaged the Mercer "Bears" in a two 
game series at Hermance Field. The score of the first game ended 20-1, 
and in the second game the Petrels defeated the "Bears" 13-0. 

Auburn came to Ponce de Leon for a return series and in the first 
game Auburn won 10-4. The next day the Petrels looked like a new- 
team, and in a brilliantly contested game, came from behind to win 3-2. 

Georgia come to Ponce de Leon for a return series and in the first 
game the Petrels won 11-6. In the second game errors paved the way 
for Georgia's ione victory, the score being 12-2. 

The Petrels wound up the season at Macon playing a return series 
with Mercer. The Petrels won the first game, 11-0. McCullough pitched 
the last game of the season, beating the "Bears" again, 13-6. 





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BOYS 

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Kappa Alpha 
All-American 
Alpha Lambda Tan 

INDOOR BALL 

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Delta Sigs 



Delta Sigs 
All-American 
Kappa Alpha 



BOYS 

K. A. — Morris 
Alpha Lambda Tau- 



CPOSS COUNTRY 



TENNIS 



GIRLS 

Kappa Delta 

Beta Phi Alpha 

Chi Omega 

DIAMOND BALL 

A. L. T. 
All-American 
K. A. 



Zaiencik 

L. Aldrich 

Fisher 



GIRLS 



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SWIMMING 
Alpha Lambda Tau 
TRACK and FIELD 



Beta Phi Alpha — Josey 
Kappa Delta — Coleman 



BOYS 

Alpha Lambda Tau 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Kappa Alpha 



GIRLS 

Beta Phi Alpha 



OUTSTANDING STUDENTS 



Most Popular Girl 

Nelle Cheek 
Most Handsome Boy 

Fred Wood 
Cutest Girl 

Clare Neuhoff 
Most Intellectual Girl 

Catherine Goodwin 
Wittiest Girl 

Eloise Polak 
Best Girl Athlete 

Billie Happoldt 
Laziest Girl 

Ehzabeth Coursey 
Best Dancing Girl 

Frances Harvard 
Biggest Eating Girl 

Virginia Sauls 
Best Sport, Girl 

Margaret Thompson 
Most Romantic Girl 

Margaret Thompson 
Most Bashful Girl 

Carolyn Matthews 



Most Popular Boy 

Ed Copeland 
Most Beautiful Girl 
Frances Harvard 

Cutest Boy 
Jack Puryear 
Most Intellectual Boy 
Tom Ewing 
Wittiest Boij 
Tubby Thompson 

Best Boy Athlete 
Jim Sullivan 

Laziest Boy 
Joe McGahee 
Best Dancing Boy 
Ralph Thacker 
Biggest Eating Boy 
Ralph Tolve 
Best Sport, Boy 
Joe Weaver 
Most Romantic Boy 
Tom Ewing 
Most Bashful Boy 
Jack Perry 



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Oglethorpe University 



IIS TRADITION, AND IN ACHIEVEMENTS, 
PRESENTS SOME REMARKABLE FACTS 






1. The proportion of the members of her 
faculty to be found in Who's Who in 
America is larger than that of any 
ether college or university in the Unit- 
ed Statss. 

2. The cosmopolitan nature of her faculty 
is more marked than that' of any 
"small college" in the United States, 
this faculty having been drawn from 
Maine to California. 

3. The campus of the University is per- 
haps the most remarlvable of any col- 
lege in the south in that it' embraces 
six hundred acres of woodland and 
meadow, including an eighty-acre lake. 

4. The buildings of the Universit'y are be- 
yond doubt the handsomest in the state 
of Georgia. 

5. Oglethorpe University possesses the 
only known contemporary portTaits of 
General James Edward Oglethorpe, 
the founder of Georgia, and one of 
Sir John Percival, President of the 
Board of Trustees which established 
tha commonwealth. 

6. Oglethorpe University is the only col- 
lege for men in Georgia able to teach 
pure science and pure religion without 
intei'ferenca of ecclesiasl'ical or state 
and city politicians. 

7. Oglethorpe University can at present 
boast that it is the only college or 
university in the state of class "A" 
standing, to be fully and legally in- 
spected and accredited by the Board 
of Education of the State of Georgia. 

8. Oglethorpe University is the first and 
at present the only university in the 



world to adapt radio broadcasting, 
fully and completely to the purpose 
of education. 

9. Oglethorpe University is t'he only col- 
leg-e for men in the State of Georgia 
which offers a complete course in Com- 
mercial and Fine Art. 

10. Oglethorpe University is the only col- 
lege or university in Georgia to pos- 
sess a complete set of college chimes. 

11. Oglethorpe University is the only col- 
lege or universit'y in the south and one 
of the few in America which owns and 
operates its own University Press. 

12. Oglethorpe University has begun work 
on what is believed to be the only col- 
lege granite stadium in the United 
States. 

13. Oglethorpe University is believed I'd 
possess a role of "honorary alumni 
whose standing and achievements are 
proportionately unequalled by any 
small college in the United States, in- 
cluding two presidents of the Unit'ed 
States — Woodrow Wilson and Frank- 
lin Delano Roosevelt. 

14. The history of the old Oglethorpe 
dates back to 1823. As a classical in- 
stitution of learning her doors opened 
in 1835 and she was thus the oldest 
independent college or university be- 
tween the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, 
south of the Virginia line. Such names 
33 Sidney Lanier, Samuel K. Tal- 
madge, James Woodrow, Joseph Le- 
Conte, Joseph R. Wilson, B. M. Pal- 
mer and J. H. Thornwell are associat- 
ed with her early history and make 
he** memory glorious. 



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